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Webber Camden Neighborhood Organization is a community-based 501c3 nonprofit located in North Minneapolis. Our mission: Webber Camden Neighborhood Organization: Empowering Collaboration and Connection to Create a Thriving and Equitable Community for All.

Our foundational belief: “This is equity: Just and fair inclusion into a society in which all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. Unlocking the promise of the nation by unleashing the promise in us all.” PolicyLink

This work is led by the WCNO Strategic Plan.

Job Summary
Forum for Connections and Voices

Host small circles to listen to specific populations; Attend
community functions to informally listen; Conduct door knocking and distribution of surveys/information
Cultivate Diverse Perspectives in Community Discussions & Decisions

Advise on multiple, diverse communication strategies to connect with all neighbors
Vibrant Neighborhood for All

Support strong violence prevention efforts; Partner with violence prevention programs; Help develop, and support block clubs & know your neighbor events; Support youth voices & activities; Plan for and implement youth activities; Partner with youth-serving organizations
Supportive Neighbors

Foster one-on-one and personal connections between WCNO members and neighbors and businesses; Help create and attend community events, meetings and initiate informal conversations whenever possible; Build intergenerational and intercultural relationships among residents

Job Requirements
Bi-lingual in Spanish or Asian dialects
High school diploma or GED
1-3 years of experience working directly with youth, including youth-adult partnerships, youth leadership development, youth violence prevention, community organizing and/or coalition building.
Ability to promote trusting relationships with residents, businesses, and other providers; skilled in building relationships quickly and breaking down barriers and stigma to make all feel welcome and not judged
Ability to manage multiple tasks independently and as a team with other staff
Demonstrated ability to use basic computer programs such as google, social media, and open/edit word documents
Ability to engage individuals and families in services to inspire and create positive changes
Openness to work with a wide range of relevant community resources
Ability to hold space well for others and know how to set boundaries internally and externally with various stakeholders.

Job Compensation & Work Requirements
This is part-time initially at 8-10 hours weekly with a one-year commitment.
Pay is $22/hour
Training provided.
Based in the Webber Camden office
Must have a flexible schedule, evening and weekend work required
Must have access to reliable transportation
Must be willing and able to travel between sites.

Respond to with resume by January 28th, 2022

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